Costley & Costley Hoteliers sees board executives check in
● Costley & Costley Hoteliers has welcomed two new executives to its board and a further senior appointment to the management team. Dawn Costley joins the board with responsibility for growing the company’s wedding and function business. The daughter-inlaw of the owner, Bill Costley, and wife of executive chef Andrew, Dawn has worked for the company for more than 12 years. Joining her is Linda Leckie who recently celebrated her 29th anniversary with the business. Following 11 years in local government, Linda joined Costley & Costley as a part-time receptionist before becoming general manager at Highgrove Country House Hotel and latterly PA to Bill Costley. Lynn Jess has also been appointed management accountant. Previously with sportswear companytrespass,shehasworkedwith a number of leading brands including BAE and Bridge of Weir Leather Company.
● Accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael has bolstered its employer services offering with the appointment of a new director who will lead the growing team. New head of employer services, Brian Rudkin, brings more than 25 years’ experience in the industry to his new role. He will lead a specialist department of advisers who support employers in
Brian Rudkin relation to employment tax and pay governance across the country. Prior to joining Johnston Carmichael, he led Pwc’s reward and employment practice across the north-east of England combined with a national role in the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), an area of growth for Johnston Carmichael.
Valuation partner Iain Mcghee, who has been with Knight Frank for 12 years, will now provide advice in the healthcare sector to meet demand for local expertise.